Month: March 2008

March Media Roundup1 – Andrew Horowitz

It was a busy week for Disciplined Investing it seems. Here is a roundup of some of the places that I was mentioned:

Andrew Horowitz / Disciplined Investor Media hits for March 1-8, 2008

The WallStreet Journal Podcasts – Interview with Adam Najberg on Housing troubles
BizRadio – Trade like a...

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Unions Continue to Kill U.S. Manufacturing

American Axle strike could be prolonged –
American Axel made a profit of $37 million last year and wants to cut its wage and benefits package to a total of $20 to $30 per hour. They are currently paying $70 per hour, the News reported.

Is that right? $70 per...

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China Sex Problems – 1960’s Culture

Does this mean that China is now where America was in the 1960’s? Think about it for a minute. They are feeling the industrial revolution in full swing and have a new outlook on their lives. Where is Jefferson Airplane in all of this?

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TDI Episode 46: The Premiere of FusionIQ

Guest: Barry Ritholtz brings us FusionIQ – an amazing stock selection system and powerful tool for research. FusionIQ decisively changes the game by bringing pro-tools to the investment public – this is not your ordinary stock screener.

– Stocks Discussed in the Episode: (SAFM) (FNM) (FRE) (MSFT) (AAPL) –

Mixing a...

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Jargon, People and Company Update- 2008

Jargon and other interesting phrases that we may soon  find showing up in conversations … Don’t laugh because it really isn’t funny !

Pizza Inflation
Single-Family Refrigerator Box
Extended Family Dwellings
Right-Wing Terrorism
Florida Condo Swamps
No-Fault Foreclosures
Darwin‘s Theory of Econolution
Maximum Wage
Crash Landing

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